e Williamsburgh road, through White Oak swamp to the Charles City road, into which it debouched about eight miles from Turkey Bend in James River.
The course then lay up the latter road towards Richmond, where it struck a little south-west by the Qhad no knowledge of any but the Quaker road to the point at which we now aimed — Hardin's Landing and Malvern Hill, in Turkey Bend.
Sharp reconnoissance, however, had found another, and soon our tremendous land-fleet was sailing down two roads, andsigned to cut our column in twain.
Long before this, our vanguard had debouched from the road into the fleld before Turkey Bend, and our reserve artillery was powerfully posted on Malvern Hill, a magnificent bluff covering Hardin's Landing, whereer the swiftly escaping trains, it was clear our troubles were not ended.
We had again deceived the enemy by going to Turkey Bend.
He had imagined we were marching to New-Market, destined to a point on Cliff Bottom road, near Fort Darling.